Hey, there! My name is Alaia Snell, and I am a senior with a double major in English Literature and Economics, a double minor in Spanish and History, and a certificate in Latino(a) and Mexican American Studies. This will be my fourth year on the Moot Court Team and second term as President. I am incredibly proud to be part of this exceptional group of students and scholars and am looking forward to what next season has in store for our nationally ranked organization. After graduation, I am planning to attend graduate school and pursue a PhD in English. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have questions or are interested in joining us!
My name is Quinn Kelly and I am a sophomore majoring in Political Science and minoring in Criminal Justice and Legal Studies in Business with a legal studies certificate. This will be my third year on the UNT Moot Court Team, and I cannot adequately express how excited I am to be serving as an Executive for this team. I have wanted to be an attorney since age 8 and Moot Court has become a beloved and crucial stepping stone on that journey for me. Outside of the Moot Court team, I enjoy yoga, pilates, consuming any form of true crime media, and boating. I am eagerly anticipating working on the team with you all next season!
Hi! My name is Karen Angulo, and I am a senior pursuing a political science major and an economics minor. This will be my third year on the UNT Moot Court Team, and it has been an incredible experience in both building my advocacy and legal analysis skills, in addition to meeting a community of individuals who are passionate about law. In my free time I love spending time with my family and friends, going book shopping, and attending any sort of pop concert. I am so excited to see all that our team will accomplish this year!
Whether they are organizing tryouts, running practices, or chaperoning competitions, our executive board helps keep UNT Moot Court running. Meet our 2023-2024 executive council by hovering over their pictures below!
If you are interested in trying out for the team, be sure to reach out to an executive for help with understanding case law, developing your argument, and refining your presentation.